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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 October 1886

FmMmmmWWWfWn ,f-x' t ; .. ,r Jsvi- if EPi- ?- -''?$$ A g '?f: ? 3 't ltv . S e1 -- A v jHt fe &$?i "Yearly Subscription $S.OO. STOCK far: -mj t"HE3 BASIS OP OUR, rNDXTSTJaiHS. Single Copy S Cents. .1 -j." r if S!L ft f I- v Is? P fo iv ? k? r" Kv- EIGHTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY, K LOU. A. FISHER, COLLYER, KANSAS. wiueclviMoMM 1 OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS x I OlPLLOLID -op- OATS, OATS, OATS FOR SEED. Car Load Seed Potatoes of the following varieties : PEARL MARK POTATOES, Peerless Potatoes, Utah Rose Potatoes. GOLDEN SNOW FLAKE POTATOES. Mammoth Pearl Potatoes. FOR BARGA WMm $atw hXtsxXt 1886. NUMBER 36. SUPPLEMENT. :k"5ttj He Keeps Constant of Ever GROCERIES AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWA HIGHEST MARKET PRICE CAR LOAD -OP- Corn FOR SEED. 500,000 FEET OF T IN STOCK. $18.00 to $21.00. OAK POSTS. Missouri Fancy Baled Hay. BARBED WIRE. Follow the crowd when you come to town and you will surely land at the place where goods are sold cheap. LOU. A. FISHER. DON'T FORCE! WA-KEENEY, WA-KEENEY 1 WHOLESAL...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 October 1886

Pflwppfr: SERBW "f hf J.7as;srB-.v . & w- I mf I isr!C Ml ' 0' IP Sjfci - ""-f ;1 m - T rt . AK jpp? ir S c;firii:i)fi'A.i 5S.is k-V & e -c- r fer ris? ir It 'ia? Yearly Subscription $2.00. STOCK IFrAJRAflXNGr THE BASTS O OXTK, rNIDTJSTR.rEJS. Single Copy s Cnt. EIGHTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1886. NUMBER 36. LOU. A. FISHER, COLLYER, KANSAS. M nDrt lift. Cop M OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS J I I OJRiLCXAJD -OF- OATS, OATS, OATS FOR SEED. Car Load Seed Potatoes of the following varieties : PEARL MARK POTATOES, Peerless Potatoes, Utah Rose Potatoes. GOLDEN SNOW FLAKE POTATOES. Mammoth Pearl Potatoes. FOR BARGAINS GO TO He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM PRICES. WILL ALWAYS PAY THE CAR LOAD -OF- CORN FOR SEED. 500,000 FEET OF IN STOCK. $i8.ooto $21.00. OAK POSTS. Missouri Fancy Baled Hay. BARBED WIRE. Follow the crowd when you come to town and you will surely land at the place where goods are sol...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 October 1886

Infcsc&cES ? ssaSESSr -a r il Si.a rr L3 yTmfi: e-f ,.: v " k A IS. V.' .Vf3& J "3t w R. K i" fj6- f' Wr T- :sr -.ys& j-t &' as. ? .JHL9S !EC ry flf SJV WESTERN EAS. WOBLD. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF TREGO COUITY. W. S. TILTON, - - Editor.. Satukday, 0cto3EE 30, 1886. For President-Elect in 1888, Goerl Jolixi .A.. Logan OF ILLINOIS. HO! HOTCHKISS. STAY XONG ENOUGH TO SEE YOUEPICTUBE! LOOK WTO'TIIE GLASS, AKD SEE . TIIE POLITICAL WHAT-KOT WHO HAS COME HEBE AT ONCE TO ALL REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Associate Justice, JD. M. VALENTINE, of Shawnee. For Governor, JOHN A. MARTIN, of Atchison. For Lieutenant Governor, A. P. RIDDLE, of Ottawa. For Secretary of State, E. B. ALLEN, of Sedgwick. For Treasurer of State, J. W. HAMILTON, of Sumner. For Auditor of State, TIMOTHY MCCARTHY, of Pawnee. For Attorney General, S. B. BRADFORD, of Osage. For Supt. of Public Instruction, J. H. LAWHEAD, of Bourbon. 7o? Congressman 6th District, E. J. TURNER, of Sheridan. For Judge 23d Judicial Dist...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 October 1886

WllVM1 rvii-w - . ws i tr ! rlk 5?- t . B ? fc M? TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, SerVcd up by tne "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWTNGS. 1 V. r. BAIUMMD TIKE TABLE. EAKT WEST TwlMoU C37A.M 9.56pm Pay Passenger 1.38 pm 1.38 pm Tretebt 30pm 11:25am Passengers allowed by permit. CoLiiTEB, Tbeqo C!o., Oct. 27. Ice. Dost laid. Two showers. Cool for campers. Election day draws near. Loads ol hay come to town. Some items left over for next week. The new side track is about half com pleted. Visitors returning to their eastern homes. E. H. Philippi has purchased L. A. Tisher's sheep. J. H. Siebert will exchange all kinds of meat for butter and eggs. 399-tf Sunday school continues with new life. Come next Sunday, at 10 a. m., sun time. 'A. B. Baker, Republican candidate for superintendent of schools, was in town Saturday. Quite "daisy"-liko are the Collyer items in the Buffalo Park Pioneer. Success to their author. Mrs. Howell, of Mulvane, Kan., reached Collyer to-day, to visit her sister, Mr...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 October 1886

RSS 5BSffiri3f?HV PM?vsfMa -.'.. -if - t - ts i',asi3jt,'- - 35 gr', eSA" 1-f'JS. .& .CSr i-? 4- t HH k' r r VIX v -j.- j KF. K Ip Ifr? !& f lRk Ife 8? i te .v. cr &J.,' " ',1L.',' E -v fe&o "BOOKUBNIN." m. n. tubk. JlooUarain' is a bully thing for the chap what's got tho brains . , ,. an'theconm on sense to know it, but it isn t tli th pains . ., Jjx' chink an' time it takes to get it, if a man don't know the way .. ieep it in its proper place, an' use it where it'll pay. brother had a youngster as wnz alius goin' Bbwentcfan throngh the college an' came out ariRoliirfool. ..,. HeconldreeloRfurin' languages an' talk nv aitwnitoffies'toworkin' he wuzent worth a straw. ZHfigotanidyinhished that work was a dis 3bs liwl ho said, was his perfesh; so he ups and Jfcthe'cufter's office an' began his legal IhatSided'him in jest one year within bis father's doors. Ufa livin with hia father now, an' the time and money spent Terto get his education hasn't panned out wortn a cent...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 October 1886

mgmiwmm "w?9P8p ? iJ.!3??gSBK1 JMWwiJRSSsSESBnnnsi .. . - --:' &,. - -sw:i 1.-3? . t-j v w.f " g''xiaganMgr' "3s f . &. . te, i in & THE NEAREST DUTY. BT LILLIE FHELDOS. Do o'er the duty to thoo that lies noarest. Cast not about for 6 imo worthier field; Kve now tlune efforts the boat, the eincerest, JJiilcc that aronnd thee a rich harvest yield, ach has a place in the plan of creation, Eovy none other bnt honor thine own: Think more of the deed aBd less of the station. The labor designed for thy weak hand alone. Oat in the warm light the wild birds are singing; Flowers in beauty stnne sweet wiui tne uew; All things in nutnre their best Rifts are bringing, Wilt tbou not do what thy hands find to do? Work while the daylight is left on the hillsides; Pray when the night shadows silently full; Hope through the good-tide, hope through the ill-tide; God the all father takes note of it all. Work, while thy spirit with God ever linking, He will e'er strengthen in time of thy me...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 October 1886

iJ$- ,r- , o - - - s . j 4" . - c . - w -- ' ,.u,'ii.i.4i-,v '. ---,vs . t -j'yw'-vis ,"m-b . , . u Liiffj - - . " . : ; 1 : ' " A & I- is & ifr CJ Ei & If 1 4', Ife X 8V E, r f or. V t J Si. V . - F-V T ? iK gtpe Tilings that Kelly Frot to Tell His Colored Brothers. Fort Soott Monitor. First That two Democratic congresses defeated tbe homestead bill, a third bill was vetoed by a Democratic presiSent, pnd the bill became a law when both houses of congress and the president -'ere Bennblican. Second That over 300,000 of hisrace rere disfranchised In the last presidential election by southern Democrats. Third That the Democrats never havo elected one of his race to an important office in the southern Btates, where they have now, and have had for years, a large majority, and could have done so if they chose. Fourth That every one of the unholy compromises made in congress with sla very which is mentioned, were made by the" Democratic party. Fifth that the free school was giv...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 November 1886

?sgf?p,&w LJ.Jffi-3?25WrWWNi5 CsAtSrJK!? k. fi K iSC s . Ji3Z'?m " TJ r --' 3. vwJZ' vwa"ir -r-? -t . - - , W x U i w VX V ;L Js? f '-vijt vf .-, 'a'rv . -'; st- Si.rf'iJi:-.. A ?; 53 .i&j&f- ' jr-f f A,f ,0fT rf tS'x jW , rf "i-l jz lJriAS' Z' n3rff J" T JP 1 ft "3 - -. - $m IHEJ-A-iaiiir SITBSCEIPTIOlSr, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAR. Poor South Carolina! At Sum inerville, Monday morning, another light shock of earthquake was felt. In Nebraska the entire Republi can state and congressional tickets are elecfed. But what else would you expect? The climate is that way! Miss Estklla Wilson, late of the Hose of Sharon, Sharon Springs, has oeen employed as assistant teacher in the public school at Wallace. Governor Rusk has been elected governor of Wisconsin for the third term. The Democratic fusion with socialists and anarchists failed to carry the state against the advocates of law and order. A special from Sharon Springs to the Commonwealth states that the per manent county seat of ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 November 1886

Mr ".i -frBflSSfMBSl. ppp tVM, ?$4$J rfcl wsvw w ft 'lA" s - t -H -.'I 3 & E- utal 1 THE GENERAL NEWS. W. McLaughlin of Cnicago vent crazy over u false report that Queen Victoria was tead. ' T T. Gnrney, for the past eight years compirollerof Chicago, is so rapidly failing -ihst i,ia death is daily expected. Tbo track of the Central Vermont road is "blockaded at Gassett's Station by there .mains of three trains which crashed together, bat no person wts seriously injared. Hon. Thomas C. Manning, of the United Btates minister, to Mexico, was formally presented to President Diaz and an ex hanga of friendly sentiments cccarrea. At a meeting held in Atlanta by the South ern Passenger association, it was resolved that no more commissions on tickets be paid. Some of the roads will thus save $50, O00 pur annum. Dr. J. M. Tobias, a wealthy citizen of Ca -sey, Illinois, has been indicted for throw jng vitrol on the dry-goodB stock of J. M 'Goooh. A. suit for damages has also been entertai...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 November 1886

WCT'IRT fT m- v Yearly Siitosoriptiori $3.QO. STOCK STAIMUmga- THE BASIS OF OTJSL INDUSTRIES. Single Copy Sweats. '8 W A-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1886. NUMBER 37. W& FOR BARGAINS GO TO ft 1 1 I P I I FOR. A1WA8' jlj llrTQllOn TnrOl iHformation About th State WWekwSW llll 1 1 u r 1 1 r 1 n t - I . I 7 sT 1 wuuiiuii J IUI UP M3 11 IT p We have received the report of Major JS1J --v w v w 11 rv r , a- i j i . "n-i :rL n ii mi ogallah. kansas. . 1 H II 1 L M 1 s-w , . , -- - " " EHHSSSS M fllT AllTlTlTTin X TTT7 HAATft LDAkllr ifyinCD'V tion of farms' and farming implement jlsB i i i i i r" IKIBS .H Kill 9 I IK V Iwl II I I IV Iaimto takfi tho Farmfir'n Prn. I llflllll UlllULHUl ! ! ! i illllllllilillikirlflll III II II III ' population of the cities of Kansae hav- ,H vlAi w w .-.- mum py m MM. 4. wi w w M Its I mice, and sell tnem at thn i S?fsffJ &?SS9j 111 l llIIV Elll TSmpn-A )T T i-r- -t---t t I live stock returned by assessors for '8 ?WEM 1 '111111 EIGHTH YEAR....

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 November 1886

S JZ . i SsiiSi rr.i-w: Wl!P!!raHSHP!PlS5MiiSrai i4 tlti - --- !-; - v if-4 , -- - - v-; tWiSVM&?& . T I yw - , ", i -j S. it . "" " - '""' T i- r j-pV" .wcvtv iik.iT- i " t -c- gewf' WESTERN KAS, WORLD. OFFICIAL PAFEK OF T1EB0 COOTTCY. W. 8. TILTON, --,-- Editor, Satdbdat, November 6, 1888. For President-Elect in 1888 OP ILLINOIS. Jko. A- Anderson- got there. Toast; Democracy the colored man's friend. Eesponse by W. D. Kelly. The Moonlight inauguration is postponed indefinitely; very indefinitely, in fact. The calmness of the political world reminds us of a sonny morning in the sweet month of May! Texas went only a hundred thousand Democratic this time. Bat then that is a Democratic climate. Frank Hurd and free trade were downed together on Tuesday in the Toledo, Ohio, congressional district Peopi-e have learned another time, remarks the Topeka Capital, that whisky is no longer king in Kansas. We hear that Gil, Kinney, the Republican candidate, was defeated for representati...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 November 1886

9- & i' TTPi t&inw " FlmK'Wt & f f V M, H H ef -Heavy frosts. Wasn't it cold last night, though! Charles Howard, town on Wednesday. of Hays, was in J. H. Downing, of the Hays StarSen thid, was a Wednesday caller. E. D. Wheeler is building a big barn on his place, just west of town. Mr. W. 0. Olson is having an addi tion built to the rear of his hotel. Constable Marshall was up in Gra liam county on Wednesday and Thursday. Two horses belonging to F. 0. Ted lock strayed from the Banner neighbor hood last Monday. After much anxious searching, he fouad them on Thursday. J. C. Brown, Esq., of Banner, brought the election returns for that precinct to town on Wednesday, but he did not stop here. He took & grist of grain to mill At Ellis. Mr. Beard is having the south wall of the east wing of the Oakes House re built, and the work of placing the whole building in proper condition for hotel purposes is being pushed. Mr. F. H. Burnham is building a residence on the two lots wh...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 November 1886

t&SH ftp-XT -r anlgJgKMBBMHlMgCKjig!tS aaE i fs?& K,18 Slf cg-rfi s.ai V 'TV "- -'r.cyr.i.K "j -V', &&' ff : ws'ia .?& -&; , . -HXTSB. 3 . C"V? '? -X, :. K - ' " Z -ft. ft "V h tea fcr. i". 2S- L.WAaf.'' $k , S S5". &.. "fc1 TffEIR GOCUES WEDDING. A half century, these two,. i, ,, Jfe'fi changing ways had goumoyed through. "Yfc looking back upon that tirao . mSSuld L their heart to loWs sweet chime. It seems bat yesterday, the swell Of marriage bells so swiftly fell Bo sweetly breathed the summer air, Iheecstacyof jouthful pair. And to their lives the passing years JHave yielded more of joy than tears. Tor souls united by love's tie. Above life's petty cares are high. Bo toward the sunset of their years, 33380 two may gaze through happy tears. 03io thought of death no sorrow brings, . Since hope its rainbow promise flings. Across the dark and lonely sea Tor there is love's eternity And so these two walk side by side, Waiting with calm the eventide, "Waiti...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 November 1886

5S? : .!" l ggaca-ss rgyyyva, jJSK2& j w i: &? v t rit, l-'V, rf & 3IODEBX ROME. Cemplete Transformation In the Eternal City During the lst Fifteen Years. To those who, living in Italy, can re call the critical moments of the unfolding of the kingdom, or who were from the r outride geographically accompanying in feeling the movements by which Italy was made, the 20th of September is like the crisis of the plot of a drama coining in t' fifth act and relieving the tension of interest in its conduct by the assur ance of a happy ending. Prom 1848, we who loved the gracious land, mother of our civilization, nurse of otir modern arts, of romance, kind stepmother of all the muses, and heiress of all the wealth of antiquity, have felt our hearts rise and eink in her vicissitudes of fortune, as, patient, persistent, undismayed, she grew from what Charles Albert found her to what Victor Emanuel left her insulted, oppressed, thwarted by dynas tic and imperialistic greed leaving her...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 November 1886

rxr&jjiy? srttrs ' L l 'rvss?1 OSS,-e re -rv, rSd? ? .- gff s i-rf N -1 V.X11 ,-k'-0"iJ!L2'i - wk a f-xy.-iO, if.a?"5aaW!?3BSvWMS&r.ts r"3HS-.Jf jflSJVwi3W " ,v " "Artvv-VJSeflir'ArK" :nt5esa,SSfiHSiv3 - -iSgrsSSK H (-Vrf-i,5 r i ?l. 7& L, KEO COUNTY TRACINGS. V , S"1 ;-Pi? pMTttf vp by ine " World's " Rustling Keponers. QOUiYEB CAWTNGS. p.p. JUST 637am Kiffi.:.:... ?? .i!p" ISyclgat.... 3.40PH AJ54JA.M Passengers flowed by permit. PozsLXEB, Teego Co., Nov. 3. Planting rye. Political rest. Politicians' dance. Some hou$e moving. Cool mornings these. Sidewalks are losing their rarity. Sunshine continues its supremacy. Explanations "were in order Saturday The cessation of the camp wagon comes ndft E. M. Crozier, of Kussell, is now rail xoad agent at Collyer. J. H. Siebert will exchange all kinds of peat for butter and eggs Mrs. L. A. Fisher entertained a few friends at dinner Sunday. S. C. Sperry is '.reported to he recover ing from his recent injury. Prairie fires loom up ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 November 1886

Hy riHkirAirjinwv m i ramnivi iTrmva mr ! -sr "5Taily Svitoscriptioix $2.00. STOCK CTAJ&AOCTCa- THE BASIS OP OUR, IDSTOUSTiEirES. Single Copy 5 Cents. EIGHTH YEAR. WA-KEENET, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1886. NUMBER 38. FOR BARGAINS GO TO js: L, E s He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM PRICES. I A-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: k: l, IE S WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. J. L. MILLER. Attorney-at-Law. M.W. WIcCOY, Notary Public. J MILLER & McCOY, SUCCESSORS TO BENNETT & SMITH, REAL ESTATE -AND- ILlAJOTD ATTORNETS. Money to Loan on Final Recei Send for a copy of their Sectional Map containing Synopsis of the Land Laws. Choice Bargains in City Property Call on us before buying. Office in Keeney Block. Wa-Keeney ----- Kansas. WERLICH & KERSHAW, Are again in trade at their old stand and are prepared to supply everyone with...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 November 1886

14 M.fc m M wr sfR; " . p r v5' -f f -t-Z' mm &j,&r fV ji-iVr 3 - I George W. Combs, of Wa-Keeney, '.was a pleasant caller at this office last Wednesday. Ellis Review, 6. The family of Mr, Scott Powers have arrived from Michigan. They -will make -their home on Mr. W. S. Harrison's farm, near town. Do you say you want business pla- .cards on cardboard that will stand the storms? The "World job office has that very article. - Mr. Marshall, of Wa-Keeney, was in town last Wednesday. He purchased considerable broom corn while up this way. Fremont (Graham Co.) Star. Mr. W. S. Harrison and family have moved, this week, from their coun try home into their city residence, just south of the new Methodist church build ing. Last Saturday evening, while Dr. Wagner was attending to a sick horse, .the animal suddenly rolled over on him. It came near breaking his right leg. He ,used crutches two or three days. J. M. Ostrauder and family are back home from their visit in the East. They were ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 November 1886

iiT1" 5? $ G, . rr s 7 L f , "1 "STE-I&Xj"3r STrBSCEIPTIOIT. EIGHTH YEAR. Norton lias had the "Heroic Dutchman of '76," a thrilling war com edy. "TPrairik fires in Norton county are reported by the Courier as being too thick. . Thomas county elects a Repub lican represeutath e and all other county officers, except district clerk. Rawlins county elected Dr. York, the Republican candidate for re presentative. He is a strong man. The second county south of us Hodgeman by name is reported not to have lost a man on the -Republican ticket. They had a adecide-by-lot" case in Thomas county. Bazel Gurwell was so declared the trustee of Wendall town ship. Apples are selling at $2 50 per barrel at Ellis, and the Headlight is hap py in bragging that they never were so cheap there before. Quite a number or cattle, the Hcadiight reveals, have died near Ellis "within thelast few days of a disease sup posed to be dry murrain. Up in Decatur county the Demo crats elected their candidate for repre...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 November 1886

,Jtn FW&mWtm: JaSS; r IO-MOKBOW jfcn YESTERDAY BT ELLA. W. WTXCOX. It is better to loan, toward to-morrow Tiitm to we"p ovpr son-j that are set; The future holdB hope that we borrow, Ihe past only offers regret. From the past we can asain no concassion It is voiceless and clothed lite the night; But the fdiroistant hills of p-:ires3ion Are crowned with a glory cf light! To-morrow's whit" bsantifd paie3 Are vours to writi on myon may; JBnt with the closed laager of ages Ara jerterday's leaves locked away. To the f atar let now be b3holden, And not to a day that is gone: t There was never a sunset so golden But lonelier still in soma dawn, No recompense, no satisfaction, Rewards t ose who seek for ih9 past, But the wul that is rest'es9 with action Will find all it longs for at last. zS 1XG ME A SONG OF THE OLDEN TIM2 BY ABBE KIXNE. 33inc me a song of the olden time "Highland Laddie" aud''BonDio Doon," Sing to mo now in the fading light. For "y heart goes back to my jouth to-night-...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 November 1886

WEs&. re r2rrrs4if's5sa3 ssisss&ss rfPJJiT3' rs, -'5--5-V i'i ii i ... i mi j.i i mi iwi i ibiwummmmji "if wjlHWim UU?' li Q1 JIJIBBJii WLMi' JL' m . v.'S rrStv.. " V 3 "-.J K-. ! ."it' ' h si 64 KJjCrt' Ki f. f & KM M m m: CUBAN ETIQUETTE. EfTasIva Politeness in High-toned Spanish fcoclety. The Havana correspondent of the New Orleans Times-Democrat writes : I received a letter a few days ago fmm q flnrinn On trm nnnnr leffc-rianri ?f "' nornar of the ontside of the enveloDe were the initials B. L. P. Now, any oho who has studied Spanish knovs that 6. L. P. or B. L. M. in a letter of extreme politeness and etiquette, are used at the close of a letter, but the use of these in itials on the envelope I hardly think is as familiar to the general student of Spanish. This is very usual, both here and in Spain on letters of some cere mony, and it is de rigueur on the envel-'i opes or ceremonious notes, invitations, etc. Ladies writing to gentlemen, or to each other, or gentleme...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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